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Their school accomplishments
Since Their School was founded in 2004, the School has continued to grow in terms of
enrollment, and to expand in terms of curriculum. Enrollment for the 2015-2016
academic year is close to 400 students, and the High school course of study now
includes 2 classes per grade. In terms of curriculum we have upgraded our curriculum
to the common core standards in English, Math, and Science.
Such growth is the result of a school-wide commitment to continuous improvement.
A remarkable increase , in the number of highly qualified teachers that were hired to
improve the educational level of students in languages and other subjects.
The past five years have been marked by growth, most notably in the areas of
classroom instruction and student performance. Setting clear goals for the desired
results for student learning, the faculty has remained committed to the school
improvement goals as determined prior to the reaccreditation review and self-study
Those goals focused on specific areas for improvement: critical and creative thinking
skills, instruction differentiation, and study skills.
- Various teachers and administrators attending Educational courses conferences,
workshops and online teaching returning to share their excitement and ideas with
colleagues in all divisions; department and division meetings at which all study skills
techniques were developed.
- An intentional revision of several curricular materials, including but not limited to the
required reading list, the grammar sequence, the writing and comprehension, social
studies in the Elementary School, goals and objectives for upper school courses.
- Regularly scheduled team and department meetings at which the goal of developing
critical, creative thinking skills, as well as the comprehension. The goal of differentiation
in the classroom were discussed, ideas were shared, and questions were raised and
answered, all resulting in more effective classroom interactions.
- Teachers visiting each other’s classrooms, both within and between divisions, as well
as teachers visiting schools in other areas of the country to observe and learn new
-Other highlights from the past five years that are not specific to the 2010-2015 action
Plan yet have enhanced the QPLS School community include the following:
- A notable rise in SAT results of our students over the past two years.
- The current monies raised earmarked for construction and renovations to the existing
- Since 2004-15, an increase of 80% in the total number of students.
- Availability of a new technology curriculum “Techno Kids” project have detailed lesson
plans that include step by step instructions materials are supplied from Kg – grade 12
in which integrates all subjects together.
- The addition of athletic playing; we have students that participate in the national,
regional and international competitions in swimming, soccer, and horse- back riding.
- The school is applying The MAP standardized tests to evaluate and analyze students
- Teachers are now dealing with the school Google apps. On which they upload and
communicate with students and parents.
- On monthly basis the whole school has a writing, and reading days.
- The school meets the requirements for the program of learning, by establishing
appropriate grade level, and graduation requirements, that leads the student toward
great promotion, diploma, higher education, and all prepares for a career.
- We supplied the elementary, middle, and high school students with technological
materials related to their educational process to help in their academic progress.
- Implement daily oral language usage at all levels
- Using Daily Language Review activities to improve grammar skills,
- Students are learning how to present orally their projects , using of technology from
- We Expand opportunity and commitment to extra-curricular such as, field trips, class
theaters, and community service, etc…..
- Free time built into schedule for activities, interests, and needs.
Summary of the school’s accomplishments in the last years:
a) Champion horseback rider placed second in the national dressage competition..
b) Champion horseback rider placed first in the Jumping competition
c) SAT I score of 2200 in Grade 12 academic year 2015-2016
d) SAT I score of 1940 in Grade 11 academic year 2015-2016
e) Purchased 25 new Mercedes buses
f) Hired highly qualified teachers.
g) All classrooms are equipped with SMART-Boards & Air-Conditions.
The school facilities
An attractive & comfortable school
All facilities needed are spacious and up-to-date
Comfortable classrooms air conditioned
International library &self-access center
1 Computer Lab. with self-access facilities and work stations with free access to the
Internet and media facilities
Data show room with modern audio-visual equipment.
1 science lab. (Chemistry, Biology and Physics)
1 swimming pool
4 football fields, and one basketball playground and a special playground for KG
One art room
Cafeteria presents hot meals
omfortable and safe air conditioned busses
Our school year starts on 1stSunday in September and ends in June 15th. The school
day schedule consists of 7 instructional sessions per day, 55min. per class session,
covering 35 academic weeks, 5 days a week, with Friday and Saturday off.
QPLS program is an American college preparatory program with the majority of our
graduates to attend either national or International Universities. In general, college
admissions priority is given to students who have completed 1 credit of English, Math,
Science, and Social Studies, and minimum of one foreign language. We highly
recommend students pursue a course of study that is as rigorous as possible during
their high school years. Our Math & English courses offered are the courses for which
a student must demonstrate a high level of academic achievement to be prepared to
earn high SAT score.
The academic year is divided into four quarters, and by the end of the year we calculate
the average of four. Report cards are issued at the end of each quarter. High school
students also have a cumulative academic record (a transcript). This transcript shows the
courses taken, quarter grades earned, credit awarded, previous schools attended, and
overall grade point average. The school is calculating the GPA with the international
scales provided by Advanc-ED. There is a student’s official academic record which
parents and students are advised to frequently review
American Diploma educational programs
Each student will study certain core subjects during the 4 years of high school
1 Credit = a minimum of 120 hours of classroom instruction
Lesson period is 1 hour X 5 days per week X 24 weeks = 120 hours
QPLS academic year is 35 weeks or 172 academic instructional days (55 min
To pass in a subject, the student’s grade average must be 60% or higher.
Each academic year the student must study 8 subjects
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